Here you will see the subsequent stage of constructing the strokes in the open space of the shape that is drawn.
Let's start with drawing the strokes from the eyebrow head, point A. You will draw them from the small at bottom to grow slightly rounded. Continue on the lower part of the brow with strokes slightly rounded, which lie down as you approach the end of the brow. Draw the stroke line, one by one following the other, with the same spaces and enough room to add more strokes later. Notice the minimum amount of pigment that we need to work with on the blade. Now move to the upper part of the brow, draw rounded stroke lines and lie slightly toward the end of the brow, please pay attention in the fact that there is a change in the direction of the stroke drawing. Continue and add another layer of strokes in the lower part of the brow, with an emphasis on starting slightly higher and ending slightly higher than the previous stroke. try to connect them while touching each other gently. You will do the same process at the upper part of the brow and for a fuller look, add another layer of strokes in each part. It is important to pay attention to connecting all the strokes from both directions to the one line that's called CORE. Connect them in the form of flow rather than crossing. All designs can be thicker or thinner depending on the client's preference but remember, do not go too thick or too dark on the first session, you can always go thicker and darker at the touch up appointment. Try to follow the guidelines that you learn here so that when you feel ready and confident, you can be more creative in the using these guidelines.